German Panzer divisions advance, construct bridges and cross the Aisne as General von Brauchitsch looks on in France.
France Date:1940 Duration:4 min 10 sec Sound:Yes
The German assault on France during the Battle of France in World War II. A map depicts the German advance into Rethel, Reims and Chateau-Thierry. Soldiers advance on foot and motorcycles on a tree flanked road. The hills and landscape. Soldiers seated with radio sets at a table. They discuss maps. Soldiers load and fire artillery in fields. Soldiers on bicycles cross a bridge, move through a field. Military vehicles cross over a bridge. Artillery loaded and fired. Germans carry rafts on a road and across a field. Soldiers construct a bridge over a river. German panzer division infantry and tanks advance. They cross the Aisne River as German Field Marshal Walther von Brauchitsch looks on. He supervises as military vehicles and equipment are taken across the bridge.
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